Ridley Scott’s latest studies medieval misogyny from a uniquely modern perspective.
Daniel Craig’s rugged intensity makes Bond more human than ever in an entertaining -if long- farewell to his long run.
Quo Vadis, Aida? is a rough but necessary film detailing the circumstances around the Srebrenica genocide.
Monsoon is a rich character study, light in the narrative but deep in its themes of identity and grief.
A competent studio thriller of the kind that Hollywood has largely abandoned.
The Beta Test is as entertaining in its comedy as it is savage in its satire.
There may be nothing surprising about Kate, but the action is thrilling enough for a fun afternoon watch.
With so much to criticize in real life, it is baffling that Blue Bayou spends more time in soapy melodrama than in a timely, specific denunciation whose foundations are certainly all right there.
In our current landscape, you will not easily find another science-fiction/fantasy epic with such a firm voice, such a maximalist visual identity, or such a portentous tone.
Soderbergh is back in familiar territory with a fun, twisty caper that never loses steam.